She also helped organise an upcoming event at the college entitled ‘The She-cession: Why we need women at the helm of the post pandemic recovery’.
The aviation expert, who often flies at Duxford, taught Guy combat manoeuvres in a matter of weeks.
The company will be showing films on big screens in picturesque outdoor settings in the region, starting this month.
It would be sited at Cambourne Village College.
The screenings taking place this month are part of an exciting ongoing series of films.
Lidia Bieniarz won the top prize at the Royal Television Society’s Midlands Student Television Awards.
Our film critic, Mark Liversidge, looks forward to the Academy Awards.
The sportsman and TV presenter undertook part of his Battle of Britain pilot training at the famous airfield.
Dr Fabrizio Galeazzi’s earthquake documentary is recognised by BAFTSS.
Cambridge’s historic streets and hidden passages have long inspired stories of mystery and intrigue.
Films from Wonder Woman 1984 to IT will be shown on one of the world’s largest LED screens.
Clothed mannequins ‘dining out’ at the restaurant were shown on last Friday's episode of the popular programme.
The popular show looks like a lot of fun, but that wasn’t entirely the case for the hugely successful singer-songwriter.
The second series of the programme will start on Thursday, March 11, with eight weekly episodes.
The presenter, broadcaster and author is on air two mornings a week.